It’s a snowy start to the morning in much of KELOLAND.
Sioux Falls has officially received 4" as of 6 a.m. Be careful on the roads as there is some ice under the snow in many areas. NW winds are bringing in sharply colder air today as very powerful arctic air moves across the region.
Headlines on this storm remain in place as we’ll be on the borderline between winter weather advisory and winter storm warning criteria. Many of you will get three to six inches of snow with this system. Exceptions still include much of NW IA, which will get less snow. More than six inches is possible in portions of SW MN near the Buffalo Ridge. Also, parts of NW SD reported more than six inches on Tuesday with this storm. We’ll be adding snow reports to KELOLAND.com through the day as we get them.
Stay warm because some extremely cold air is on the way. Highs by Friday will struggle just to hit zero. Overnight lows could drop to -20 in some areas. This cold air will continue well into next week.